What’s so funny about a handkerchief?
A coded manuscript – possibly the lost source material for Shakespeare’s Othello and Romeo and Juliet – hurls Constance Ledbelly head over heels into the two plays, turning each from tragedy to comedy. Twists, fights, dances, seductions and wild surprises!
This activity is made possible in part by funds provided by the Metropolitan Regional Arts Council through an appropriation by the Minnesota Legislature.
Constance: Delta Rae Giordano Desdemona: Anna Sundberg Othello: Rick Logan Juliet: Nicole Devereaux Romeo: Nicholas Crandall
Stage Manager: Sarah Perron Fight Choreographer: Mary Karcz Lighting Design: Becky Bechel Sound Desigh: Katharine Horowitz Set Construction: Melanie Schatz-Pattay Costume Design: Alexandra Gould Assistant to the Director: Erin Harris Board Operators: Meredith Gillies, Stacey Poirier Dressers: Erin Harris, Mirna Rae Graphic Desigh: Edward Linder Program Design: Shannon Buchda Cover Photography: Rich Fleischman